Nov 9 2016

The Importance of Unity After an Election

3 years ago Michael Willson Comments Off on The Importance of Unity After an Election
When I went to bed during the early hours of Nov. 8, 2016, I was experiencing a good amount of anxiety. This anxiety came... Read More

Art Between the Lines

3 years ago Justin Smith Comments Off on Art Between the Lines
The Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) is currently featuring the 10th anniversary of the art magazine, Hi-Fructose. The exhibition, titled “Turn the Page: The First 10 Years of Hi-Fructose,” highlights 51 artists who were featured in the publication from the past decade. The exhibition displays a variety of artistic media. Visitors can find art Read More

Silence of the Bees: When the Buzzing Stops

3 years ago Miranda Fein Comments Off on Silence of the Bees: When the Buzzing Stops
On Sept. 30, seven species of yellow-faced bees were added to the United States’s endangered species list. Not all bees are endangered. The yellow-faced bees added to the list are native to Hawaii, but this addition is a big deal for bees across the U.S. This is the first time that U.S. bees have been Read More

Trump Triumphs in 2016 Presidential Election

3 years ago Katie Brooks Comments Off on Trump Triumphs in 2016 Presidential Election
The nation has voted. A final count determined around 3 a.m. today that Donald Trump received the required 270 electoral votes and will be the 45th president of the United States of America. Read More

Some recreational learning

3 years ago Taylor Boyd Comments Off on Some recreational learning
Recently I have been reflecting on all my college experience more often than I did before. I am very happy to be majoring in Psychology as I find it fascinating and challenging and it allows me to learn something new. I would never want to change my Psychology major for something else, but I have Read More